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shooting near portland, oregon. he was wearing a camouflage outfit and mask and shot off at least 60 shots. and we are also expecting a police news conference at 9:30. once that begins we will bring that to you live. meanwhile there's continued breaking news out of lansing, michigan where protest turned violent today as big labor demonstrators took to the streets of michigan's capital city in reaction to the passage of a bill that dramatically limits the power of unions n just a few short limits i'll be underlive by steven and he was viciously assault by a union member. he was standing near a tent that was owned by americans for prosperity, a conservative group that supports the right to work. that tent, that organization, quickly became the target of angry union demonstrators. as you see, the lob of left wing thugs ultimately tore down the structure and they did so with people inside. however, what transpired before that is even more disturbing. let's take a look. >> what is it about right to work that you oppose so much? what is it about right to work? >> it's because it's the freedom to
to bring to your attention. this coming to us out of oregon. in fact, a suburb of portland, oregon. you can see emergency vehicles are responding to a shopping center where apparently an active shooter is inside the mall. take a look at the number of cars that are in the parking lot and being that this is peak christmas shopping season, you can imagine there are probably quite a few people inside that mall at this time. we don't know much about this but we have been told that there are possibly multiple victims. again, this is an active shooter and a breaking situation and you can see that some of the emergency vehicles are still arriving on the scene. again, a suburb of portland, oregon. these pictures coming to us from the helicopter live courtesy of our affiliate, katu. we will keep an eye on this story for you and as we zoom in to see if we can see a stretcher is coming out of that ambulance but it looks like it's an empty one. at this point, only some of the reports suggesting there have been multiple victims but we don't know if there have been any people killed. we will continue to g
oregon on the west coast. it's still early there. the sun has just set unbleeive scene tonight. for now you know the news for this tuesday, september 11th, 2012. i'm shepard smith. back tomorrow noon pacific and 3:00 "studio b." back here tomorrow night fox report. our teams will be on the story portland oregon tomorrow night during prime time and beyond. you and yours a good knight. the o'reilly factor is on from washington. tonight. >> the fight against foreign control of our european people around the world can only succeed if we free ourselves first. in the zionist. >> god said that the white race is a race of devils i didn't say this. i just believe it because of their actions. >> bill: hate speech in america we are naming names because we have had enough of this. >> i believe the nra is the new kkk. >> you are still calling it a holiday tree? not a christmas tree? >> that's correct. pluck building and i'm respectful of all the taxpayers that might not be christian. >> "newsweek" magazine says the good guys have finally won the war on christmas. that's not exactly true. th
earlier tonight at a shopping mall in portland, oregon. a gunman with what witnesses describe as a rifle opening fire on holiday shoppers. two people were killed. the shooter also killed, and one person has been seriously injured according to the sheriff's department. an eyewitness who had been browsing the watch counter inside macy's described the scene to our portland, oregon affiliate kgw tv. >> constant boom, boom, boom, boom,boom, boom, boom, boom. it wasn't just a couple of shots. whatever the shooter was shooting at, they continued to shoot. an employee of the store actually saw a masked gunman come in. and as fast as she got the call to security, the gunshots started. so i and others just hit -- you know, got behind the counter. and a couple of people stood there and i got them to duck down too. kind of wait until the coast is clear enough. and then i got down and other people, we said we need to get to the back of the store. let's work our way through the walls. we went back to the dressing rooms. one of the employees was trying to get people in the dressing room. and i urged he
town center mall near portland, oregon, earlier today. roughly about 3:30 in the afternoon pacific time. at this time we have confirmation that three people are dead, including the gunman. one person is wounded. witnesses say the gunman worked with a semiautomatic rifle. the rachel maddow show picks up after this. >>> good evening. i'm ezra klein. rachel maddow has the night off. we begin tonight with an update on the breaking news in the pacific northwest, the terrifying scene that unfolded earlier tonight at a shopping mall in portland, oregon. a gunman with what witnesses describe as a rifle opening fire on holiday shoppers. two people were killed. the shooter also killed, and one person has been seriously injured according to the sheriff's department. an eyewitness who had been browsing the watch counter inside macy's described the scene to our portland, oregon affiliate kgw tv. >> constant boom, boom, boom, boom,boom, boom, boom, boom. it wasn't just a couple of shots. whatever the shooter was shooting at, they continued to shoot. an employee of the store actually saw a masked gunm
to the gentlelady from oregon, ms. bonamici. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. bonamici: i rise in support of h.r. 2838 to protect our marine economy, protect our maritime borders and protect the brave coast guard personnel, including the personnel of the sector columbia river which is headquartered in oregon's first congressional district. i thank the coast guard subcommittee for their work on this and the full and ranking member of the full transportation and infrastructure committee. in supporting the basic mission of the coast guard, this bill includes language to re-authorize another important mission carried out, noaa's marine debris program. in june of this year, coastal residents in my home state of oregon found a 66-foot dock resting on a beach near the town of new port, oregon. the dock was just one piece of many that scientists have estimated to be a debris field with as much as 1.5 million tons of debris that were washed into the ocean by the tsunami that struck japan in march of 2011. beyond the obvious navigational dangers post posed by the dock and the -- dan
in relation to amendment number 3435, offered by the senator from oregon, mr. merkley. mr. reid: mr. president? mr. president? could we have order. the presiding officer: yes. order, please. mr. merkley: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon. mr. reid: mr. president? the presiding officer: and, please. mr. reid: mr. president, we're going to have two more votes tonight. they will both be ten minutes in duration, in addition to the debate time that's already been established. then we're going to move in a very direct way to complete as much of the debate time on the amendments on the supplemental. it's extremely important we get this debate completed tonight so we can start voting in the morning. we have already set up, we're going to have some votes in the morning. we're going to come in probably about 9:30 and start voting. we have a lot to do. it would really be good if people who have amendments on the supplemental, use your debate time tonight. we're going to have no more votes tonight but tomorrow there's going to be limited amount of debate time. so senators -- se
, and his wife kendra, who are in oregon where they have a small farm tawld tipping tree farm. we wish they could be here today, our grandson carter, who is a proud member of the university of oregon marching band, the ducks, who served as an intern for me -- not at government expense, by the way, that was at our expense. and our little dog dakota, who has become sort of a mascot of the united states senate. brian williams when he did a show on a day in the life of senate concluded that program by calling dakota the 101st senator. and, you know, i think he will be missed perhaps more than i am as i leave the senate. in 1964 i came here, i sat up in the gallery, in fact, it was the gallery right up here. and i was 16 years old. and i watched a debate in the united states senate. it was on civil rights. hubert humphrey was leading that debate. and it so inspired me that i thought, you know, someday i'd like to be down on that floor and i would like to debate the great issues of the day and i would like to represent the people of north dakota. and so i went home and wrote out on the back
you $94 in portland, oregon, this is what it would cost you in alaska. bethel, $187, nome, $173. >> i think you got the gist of it. it's really expensive here. >> think what it takes to get all that stuff all the way up to alaska. the ice road truckers that have to haul this stuff for miles. it costs a lot of money to get this all the way up there. it seems like top ramen is still pretty cheap. >> 65 cents each. >> this is why we won't have kids. $21.19 for diapers. >> $21 for diapers? seriously, $21 for diapers? i'm surprised they even have babies in alaska. >> i can't afford anything. >> that's going to do it for us here at
out. dan springer live in portland, oregon. 1:00 press conference, one eastern time should reveal a lot of information we do not have answers for just yet. martha: we're waiting for this. look at this. terrified shoppers taking cover as they huddled in a pet store inside this mall at a nearby gamestop, one worker knew immediately that something was definitely wrong, took quick action to make sure everybody inside that store was safe. >> anybody that was in our store we closed the gate at that point. we weren't opening it. we weren't letting anyone in or out at that point until we knew what else was going on. >> as soon as i heard more shots happened i knew at that point we needed to lock up to get everybody back of the store. martha: police commended citizen heroes. we're hearing so many stories of people looking out for each other, protecting each other in this situation. the shoppers, some who happened to be health care workers jumped right in to help out those injured on the scene. bill: also those who could not find shelter inside. they were looking for any way to get out of t
program of this kind. passenger rail and our states of oregon and washington has been in place since 1994 where we have partnered from the state level with amtrak, and in our state, burlington northern santa fe, in a collaborative approach to an incremental delivery of high and higher speed rail programs and service. so as we've been investing over the years, we see the implementation in the creation of a national vision as a very important part of what we are trying to deliver. we have a 460-mile corridor between eugene, oregon, and vancouver, british columbia. we have achieved in the last year up to 850 passengers, 50,000 passengers, and our growth is increasing year over year in the 10% rate. we have in our state invested over $480 million in capital and operations in amtrak cascades, which is what we call our program. but it wasn't until the recovery act came that we're able to make significant capital infrastructure improvements on the rail itself. sightings, double tracking, positive train control, all those amenities that will benefit high and higher speed rail, and more frequent s
are trying to deliver. we have a corridor between eugene, oregon, and vancouver, british columbia. we have achieved in the last year up to 880,000 passengers and our growth is increasing year over year. we have invested over former to $80 million in the capital and operations and amtrak cascade which is what we call our program. it was not until the recovery act came that we were able to make significant capital and press structure improvement on the rail itself, pink, double tracking. all those amenities double benefit high and higher speed rail and more frequent service for passenger rail also has ancillary benefits to our freight rail a in our state. we are very trade dependent and one of the things we are careful about in not only updating our passenger rail program and plan for the feature is to look at both freight and passenger rail movements and how we can coexist in the same corridor together. that is our plant. we have received $800 million of the high-speed rail program money. we have five projects currently under construction with another of five coming in the next year. the im
party. and we had a lovely time. our son, ivan, and his wife kendra, who are in oregon where they have a small farm tawld tipping tree farm. we wish they could be here today, our grandson carter, who is a proud member of the university of oregon marching band, the ducks, who served as an intern for me -- not at government expense, by the way, that was at our expense. and our little dog dakota, who has become sort of a mascot of the united states senate. brian williams when he did a show on a day in the life of senate concluded that program by calling dakota the 101st senator. and, you know, i think he will be missed perhaps more than i am as i leave the senate. in 1964 i came here, i sat up in the gallery, in fact, it was the gallery right up here. and i was 16 years old. and i watched a debate in the united states senate. it was on civil rights. hubert humphrey was leading that debate. and it so inspired me that i thought, you know, someday i'd like to be down on that floor and i would like to debate the great issues of the day and i would like to represent the people of north dakota.
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year old woman in oregon jumped in her car and drove off after two kids tried to rob her at gun point. the boys later to be found 7 and 11 years old. demanded money and her phone. >> i was afraid he would shoot my tires or window. i didn't think i was safe. >> brian: the boys were caught and turns out the gun was not loaded it is not known how they got the gun. they were turned over to their familis and the case is expected to go to jv court. >> brian: two students are accused of bringing brownies laced with marijuana in case and making the professor and class mate in sick. the student was arrest sent to jail. they are charged with control substance. they could face prison time for that prank. >> gretchen: it is the rest of the show. make brian. okay. >> brian: you talk a lot in the break. there is gretchen on camera. >> gretchen: that's the way you are going to look. >> brian: this is how william wakes up. >> gretchen: keep it going and you will disappear off of the screen. moving on. police in columbus, ohio using pepper tray - on spray. 2000 people showed up to try to get in the su
with a folks news alert. breaking newings. witnesses say he stormed in a portland, oregon mall shouting i am the shooter. terrified shoppers tried to run for safety. the man wearing body armor and came flauge killed two people and seriously injured a third before taking his own life. many escaped and others hunkered down. the mall remains closed today and police have yet to release the name of the shooter although they know who he s. >> steve: shawn [-fls] shopping in the mall when they heard the gunshots and they join us live from portland. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> steve: shawn you and your girlfriend and ryan had just sat down in the food court and made a purchase at panda express and opened a fortune cookie that said what? >> i opened my fortune cookie that said live for today and remember yesterday and live for tomorrow. >> steve: that's when you heard what? >> i heard the first pop. >> gretchen: what did you think it [-fls]? >> at first i thought member dropped something heavy until the second and third pop and i knew it was a gunshot and i dropped on the
. >> the masked gunman behind the mall shooting that left three people dead in portland oregon. ainsley earhardt is here with the latest details. >> police say the man behind the mask 22-year-old jacob roberts. he use add semiautomatic weapon to kill a nurse and father of 5. kris another seriously wounded. >> all of us have to recognize this was a heartbreaking tragedy by any standard. many people were effected by this act of violence every day for the rest of their lives. we should keep them in our thoughts and prayers. >> police understand his motive. unlike other rap pages he didn't left any signals his life had gone off course. his ex-girlfriend said he recently quit his job sold all of hiss and planned to move to hawaii. according to detectives he left his car in the parking lot walked right into the macy's store carrying that rifle. he stole it from someone he knew and a long time family friend read a statement on behalf of robert's mother. >> tammy wishes to express her shock and grief in the event at the counstown center on tuesday. she has no understanding or explanation for her son's b
in western oregon set free, let out of jail not because they don't pose a danger to the public, but because lane county, oregon can't afford to keep them locked up. now law enforcement officials warn that if a fiscal cliff deal isn't reached in washington, more prisoners may be released. what does this mean for crime and public safety and is there another solution? let's ask a retired nypd inspector and founder of the cordero group. >> thank you. >> juliet: in this one instance, western oregon, dozens of inmates are released. one of them actually gets released and goes straight to rob a bank. you know, you're hoping at least the people they're releasing are reich low level kind of petty crime guys at the very least that they're not sending out bank robbers. what's happening here? >> i think that is the problem. we're talking about low level offenders in this case. but reality is low level offenders, we really got to ask ourselves, how many times has that low level offender offended and that what is the likelihood they will reoffend and commit more serious crimes? i really think we need to a
to this developing tragedy, the oregon mall where a gunman opened fire and killed two perfect strangers is closed for a second day as police try to determine the motive here. police say 22-year-old jacob tyler roberts armed himself with semiautomatictic rifle and had several fully loaded magazines of the three people he shot only one survived, a 15-year-old girl. one of victims, cindy ann yule, described as everybody's friend and steven forsyth a father of two. his death leaves neighbors stunned. >> he was a great neighbor and always saying hi to the kids. alisyn: everyone says he was a very involved father who coached youth football and adored his children. fox's dan springer is live in happy valley, oregon. dan tell us what you learned overnight about this shooter and the victims. >> reporter: well, just a horrible shooting obviously and something that, as you learn more about these victims becomes so much more tragic. let's talk about the good news first. that is 15-year-old christina is going to survive doctors say. they held a news conference at the hospital. she is still listed in serious c
've now seen from the last three mass shootings in america, aurora, oregon and now the sandy hook school is the preferred choice of weapon for disturbed young men who want to commit atrocities. the president of the united states has indicated he wants to ban assault weapons like this. what is your view? >> i think we need to ban gun laws that ban people from protecting themselves. all over europe there have been mass murders -- >> you're talking complete and utter -- >> people need to be able to defend themselves to the point of the crime and not for the police to come until after everybody's dead. >> what you said, mr. pratt, the gun deaths in australia and britain, they are 35 people killed a year. your country is 12,000. >> your murder rate is lower than ours, that is true. >> it's 35 against 12,000. >> your violent crime rate -- your violent crime rate is higher than ours, as is the violent crime rate in australia. america is not the wild west that you are depicting. we only have the problem in our cities and unhappily in our schools where people like you have been able to get laws p
, to do the same kind of policing in these energy markets and to mr. mccullough in oregon, we couldn't thank him enough in the northwest. because when the federal entities in charge of electricity failed to investigate fully the enron case, mr. mccullough provided crucial evidence by investigating tapes and documentation on behalf of our utilities in the northwest that proved successful in saving our consumers over $1 billion. so i can tell you he's done great work before, and he's the first to admit that what we really need now is the department of justice to use their full power and get to the bottom of this. >> senator maria cantwell from washington state, chair of the senate subcommittee on energy. thank you for helping us understand this. please keep this apprised. i really appreciate it. >> thank you, rachel. >> thanks. i should say manipulative devices or contrivances was the name of my band in high school. we'll be right back. @ñ >>> tell me if this is a problem. here are the gop committee chairs. show that picture. every one is a middle aged white guy. okay. is there a dive
. >> at this city sand bag station, rob and some friends are shuttling, tying, and loading. >> the previous oregon, got six feet of water in it. it got it after it was destroyed. but just trying to protect my asset. >> his property was among those hit in 2005 when the napa river and neighboring creeks swept over their banks. in an effort to hold off any flood can now, they're placing sandbags through the property. >> sand bags in front of the gate, and 50 around the entrances of the house. >> the napa river could rice as -- rises a high as two feet but not expected to overflow the banks, especially downtown. those affected by nearby creeks. >> do you have any plans on taking off? >> i have a second story so i'm going up. >> now, if the napa river does go over its banks, a few public areas have been closed. the downtown river walk promenade, the ox bow preserve, and right where we're standing at the veterans memorial park, they're closed tomorrow afternoon. abc-7. >> ama: another area of concern tonight is the russian river. a flood warning is in effect. the river is already high right now but coul
station, rob and some friends are shuttling, tying, and loading. >> the previous oregon, got six feet of water i got i it. it got it after it was destroyed. but just trying to protect my asset. >> his property was among those hit in 2005 when the napa river and neighboring creeks swept over their banks. in an effort to hold off any flood can now, they're placing sandbags through the property. >> sand bags in front of the gate, and 50 around the entrances of the house. >> the napa river could rice as -- rises a high as two feet but not expected to overflow the banks, especially downtown. those affected by nearby creeks. >> do you have any plans on taking off? >> i have a second story so i'm going up. >> now, if the napa river does go over its banks, a few public areas have been closed. the downtown river walk promenade, the ox bow preserve, and right where we're standing at the veterans memorial park, they're closed tomorrow afternoon. abc-7. >> ama: another area of concern tonight is the russian river. a flood warning is in effect. the river is already high right now but could get hi
. there has been a shooting in portland, oregon. first of all, i want to make it very clear there are thoughts and prayers go out to victims and their families and how much that means to us just we're thinking of them right now. i want to make it real clear this situation is over. right now, we're moving into the investigation phase. the mall going to be closed tomorrow. and as you can imagine it's a huge facility there. so i want to say is that for all of us, mall supposed to be a place to take families and feel comfortable this is a great place at the holiday season like this. and these things aren't supposed to happen. you know? and we train for them. we train and hope they never do happen. and unfortunately tonight we did have an active shooter situation. an individual came in there, took lives two of people. we have a young lady at the hospital fighting for her life right now. and i want to say that i'm really proud of all of the different agency that's came together to really step up and put their lives to go on the line to go out there to do what they can as quickly as they could. we ha
earhardt is here. >> hi, grettasm we are learning more about that shootener yesterday's deadly oregon mall massacre. police say that 22-year-old jacob tyler roberts, here's his picture, armed with a semi-automatic rifle, stole fren somebody he knew. the rifle jammed in the attack at the clackamas town center. but he managed to get it working again. the shooting left three people dead, includings the gunman. a 15-year-old girl was also seriously injured. john macafee, back in the u.s., after being deported from guatamala, sneaking into got mamma from belize, on the run from police, since mid-november because investigators in belize want to question him in the murder of his neighbor. macafee arrived at miami international airport, escorted by federal officials. i'm ainsley earhardt. now back to greta. >> greta: disturbing new video out of north korea, thumbing its nose at the world, a very defiant north korean government, releasing new images of the successful long-range rocket launch. we have the latest from tokyo. >> yes, here in east asia, clearly, it has bruised people, governments acros
cullough in oregon, we couldn't thank him enough in the northwest. because when the federal entities in charge of electricity failed to investigate fully the enron case, mr. mccullough provided crucial evidence by investigating tapes and documentation on behalf of our utilities in the northwest that proved successful in saving our consumers over $1 billion. so i could tell you, he's done great work before. and he's a first to admit that what we really need now is the department of justice to use their full power and get to the bottom of this. >> senator cantwell, thank you for helping us understand this. please keep us apprised. i really appreciate it. >> thank you, rachel. >> i should also say, manipulative devices or contrivances was the name of my band in high school. we'll be right back. 've been so. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ no
to do it and whether to do it at all. joining me now democratic senator from oregon, jeff murphy. senator, great to have you on the program. >> thank you, alex. it's great to be with you. >> so we just played some vintage al d'amato footage of one of his many filibusters. when we talk about filibuster reform, one of the things that is suggested in terms of reform is bringing back the talking filibuster, but i guess i ask you as someone who is leading the charge on this, is that going to actually help things in the senate, or does this give senators more opportunities to grandstand in front of cameras? >> listen, they can grandstand all they want right now, so that's already a privilege they have. unfortunately, what the minority has decided to do is to utilize the filibuster, which actually is just an objection to going to a final vote, so it's a quiet objection. it's not on the floor. no speeches are required. never have been required. it used to be people wanted to take responsibility for their obstruction because they understood that a majority -- a simple majority vote is a k
laboratory at the oregon health science university. will you rise and take the oath. raise your right hands. this is the moment you have waited for. do you swear or affirm the testimony you're about to give will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth >>> yes. >> let the record reflect all witnesses answered in the affirmative. >>> as the ranking member said, today really is about the science and a lead in to what if necessary will be a series of hearings until the issue is resolved. so the panel i'd asking since the entire opening statements be placed on the record, if you run short of time, as former chairman used to say, green we know it goes. yellow mean goes fast through the intersection and stop means don't run it anymore. so if you'll come as close to that five minute as possible. we appreciate it. doctor? >> good morning, issa, ranking member. >> the other thing, these microphones in order to get people behind you in to the conversation you have to get as close as possible. >> thank you. >> good morning chairman issa, ranking member cummings, and distinguished member
shooting in oregon. according to police, 22-year-old jacob roberts had no history of serious trouble, but an ex-girlfriend said he just quit his zoo be a deli, sold his belongings and bought a plane ticket to hawaii. a family friend spoke on behalf of his mother. >> she wishes to express her shock and grief at the events at clackamas town center on tuesday. she has no understanding or explanation for her son's behavior. >> gretchen: roberts killed 54-year-old nurse cindy ann yuille and 45-year-old father of two, steven forsythe. roberts then turned the gun on himself. >>> did you know that for $50, a jealous husband can download an app to track his wife's location without her ever knowing? it's about to be illegal today. the senate judiciary committee is about to outlaw cyber stalking apps that run in secret on cell phones. i guess this would be if women wanted to follow men, right? >> steve: anybody. >> gretchen: one week from today, we will hear from secretary of state hillary clinton on the benghazi, libya attack that left chris stevens and three other americans dead. she is goin
headlines. new details about the man who opened fire inside a crowded mall in oregon. jacob roberts' roommate said he had a weird look on his face when he left the house that day. roberts shot and killed two people inside the mall before turning the gun on himself. the mall set to reopen a little bit later this morning. >>> could jenny rivera have avoided death? it turns out she made a last minute decision to take that deadly plane ride. she was offered a room for the night, but took off to her next destination instead. >> gretchen: that's sad. today we wrap up our paws for a cause series. all week we've been telling you how you can help dogs in need in time for christmas. here with us today is. >> brian: deborah allrick, from a mixed breed rescue, and michaela. who are your special friends? >> this is pixie right here and this is twiggy. >> brian: these puppies? >> twinkie. >> gretchen: she could be twiggy, yeah. >> is a yorkie. she's blind. and this is pixie. we really don't know what she is. >> steve: this is the time of season when i know you guys try very hard to make sure that
capital. for example, home forward, known as the portland housing authority in portland, oregon, used project-based vouchers to provide houses to formally homeless veterans served by a service coordinator and services provided by the va program. flexibility allows home forward to provide security deposits to veterans using housing vouchers as well. the department has some of the most important stake holders from public housing authorities and advocacy communities able to negotiate through differences over mtw in order to advance broader section 8 reform. as the community crafts legislation, we hope you consider the stake holder approach. mr. chairman, there is an irrefutable need for rental assistance in the nation. at the same time, there is long standing consensus on a set of reforms that will streamline and simply administration of the voucher system and housing program. hud is committed to improving not just the administration of the programs, but its oversight of the public housing programs as well, and we look forward to working with the committee and industry partners to devel
johannesburg home until he fully recovers. >> vicki: forget online dating! a senior citizen in oregon is taking a decidedly low- tech and unconventional approach to finding a wife. ty steele has the story. of humor" >> "ask for what you want, plainly and clearly. if you don't ask you will probably never receive." >> reporter: and spelled out for all to see on a sign he wears around his neck, sandy mcculloch is asking. >> "really i think pretty much the sign says it." wanted: a wife! >> "yea, and i use the term wife because that's what most people would associate to." >> reporter: sandy says he's no stranger to the ladies. >> "i've had a wonderful life, knowing a lot of women." >> reporter: or to marriage. >> "in the first 39 years of my life, i was married three times and divorced three times." >> reporter: but at 82, sandy says he's changed. >> "if i may be so bold as to say so, i've cleaned up my act." >> reporter: and isn't looking for what his 20- year-old self would have wanted in a wife. >> "at this point i'd love to find, if you wish, the perfect companion." >> reporter: sometimes sandy
dating. a senior citizen in oregon is taking a low-tech an unconventional approach to finding a wife. here isty steele story. >> i used the term wife because that is what most people will associated to. he stated that he is no stranger to ladies. >> in the first 39 years of my wife i have been married three times and divorced three times. he is 82 years: he states that he has changed. >> he stated that he is not looking for what his 20 year-old seoul would have won it. sometimes he forgets that he is wearing a sign. >> mccullogh has had quite a life so far. he has written several books, and has a master's degree in zoology. he's been about a decade teaching biology in private colleges and another decade leading support groups for couples considering divorce. the >> >> it is 9:52 a.m.. we will be back in a few minutes. we are talking about the weather in the bay area and how the rain has turned to sun. it is not backing off in rough weather and other areas. here is a live look from indiana and you can see that it is breezy and they have a little bit of snow. it has been tough going f
so they're chasing jobs, whether it's to texas, arizona, oregon, wherever it might be, they're chasing jobs because there aren't any jobs in the state of california, remember, now, here. you know, as you go up the food chain of making money, your taxes start to go up. by the way, california fell off the fiscal cliff. i don't know what shall is talking about. 14.3% if you make the millionaires new price range of $250,000, so, people are leaving. talk to a surgeon the other day, closed up shop, sold his house and is leasing a home in las vegas. he says he couldn't take it anymore. stuart: but this is a historic reversal. look i've been in america 40 years and started out in san francisco 40 years ago and back in those days, there was always a net migration into california, significant numbers. california gained tens of millions of people over my time in america, but that just recently has been completely reversed. now there's a net leaving of people. and that's historic in america, that's historic. >> it is historic. it is historic because you come here, as i said for the weat
the first proposed five high-speed rail routes in america and one of them was from eugene, oregon to vancouver, british columbia, and we will hear a bit later from paula hammond this secretary of transportation in my state, who will describe our progress, or lack thereof, small amount of progress in achieving those goals. but we're plugging away at it. this is not an easy thing. right-of-way issues are very problematic. the conflicts between freight and passenger rail. we need to invest time and effort in helping to work those things through. but die -- i do believe the american people want high and higher speed rail. california is trying something unique in terms of the new right-of-way. they're seeing difficulties about that has the promise of true high-speed rail, which can pretty much only come with new and dedicated right-of-way which is problematic and expensive. but i still believe that there's a tremendous market for this, and if done right, it will be something that future generations of americans will look back on and say they can't believe there was a day when we were w
? let's go to dawn in eugene, oregon. caller code good morning. listen, the contribution thing is a way to be of service, as far as i'm concerned. host: by contribution you mean charitable contribution? caller: yes. it is something that i would want to keep. i mean, not keep, but i would be willing to contribute to that concern about taxes. my main concern is the mortgage deduction. how severe -- many of us have every dollar that we account for on the federal. if we did not have that, we would be up to 25%. this would be quite a severe blow if this were done in a cut and dried fashion. maybe they can do a tiered thing? that is the thing about taxes, a lot of people purchase property taxes, i am really for a federal sales tax. maybe some of us could keep the deductions that we are accustomed to or that we need, but maybe on a local level or federal level, i do not know, people have a fair share coming in. the burden is on the property owner. it is kind of crazy, you know? cities are projecting that in a couple of years they will be worse off now. whenever types of tax forms that we have,
. five people were left dead. a shooting was -- has happened in oregon. the media keeps hyping up the fiscal cliff and they actually had a report on cnn where they were showing this woman blathering about how she's going to lose her unemployment and everything and i feel like there seems to be a tie-in between the economy, what's going on and this constant rampage. i'm wondering what at point is our government going to speak about it. i'm not one to condone removing all guns. we need to have a conversation. >> stephanie: also, i think everybody's going a little crazy around the holidays. i think there are a lot of factors right now. everybody i know is -- we're having mutual bitch session all day on the phone. 17 minutes after the hour. kids, i don't know what we would do without carbonite here at the "the stephanie miller show." t-bone has all of our contacts, guest names and numbers in his computer. you have everything. >> everything. >> stephanie: only reason are you have job security. >> thank you. >> stephanie:
, washington, oregon, california, hawaii has been threatened by hundreds of thousands of tons of debris washing ashore from the tragic tsunami in japan nearly two years ago. that's why this legislation asks noaa to take a closer look at the tsunami debris and make sure we are putting an accurate assessment and risk in place to protect the west coast. if they decide that it is a severe marine debris event, then they will need to present a specific coordination plan developed to meet that threat and work with local governments, counties and tribes and to make sure that there is a coordinated effort to protect our economy and environment from tsunami debris. we know in the northwest because we have already seen ships, we have seen bridges, we have seen various parts float ashore, oftentimes local communities having to share the burden and expense of cleaning up the tsunami debris. with over 165,000 jobs and nearly $11 billion in our coastal economy from fishing to tourism to various activities, we want to make sure that tsunami debris does not hurt our coastal economies. all you need to do is ask
areas to prepare for and respond to terrorist attacks. a large portion of the oregon populations in the u.s. -- of the urban population is in the u.s. are multinational, whether in washington d.c. -- like washington, d.c. and we need to know how to respond to terrorism. host: in this figure, we see some of the biggest states in red. california and new york, and then the color scheme goes down from their depending on how much money they've gotten parents why california -- they've gotten. why california and new york? is it because they are such big urban areas? guest: it is a combination of daud and also because of the world trade center bombing. it is a major terrorist target. in california, you have a large population centers. you also have one of the largest and most important ports in the long beach area. there is another program specifically designed to enhance port security. host: $98,000 was spent on an underwater robot in columbus, ohio. is it harder for urban areas outside of metropolitan areas to justify the grants and find ways to use them? are there hurdles in getting m
at a security gate. it was the site of a 2009 attack that killed seven cia contract oregon and a jordian intelligence officials. >>> officials in afghanistan are learning more about a woman that shot and killed an american contractor. we want to bring in barbara starr at the pentagon. some of the things we hear about when you talk about insider jobs are the taliban dressed as women with the high jab and everything. we know this was a woman responsible for the attack. what have we learned about her? >> not very much, because the afghans have her in custody and apparently by all accounts she's not really talking. the afghans did hold a press conference and showed an iranian passport. they say this woman is an iranian national, she came from there and married an afghan and became a member of the afghan police force. none of this, again, independently verified by the nato alliance. she went to the compound with a weapon hidden under her clothing. she wanted to kill someone she thought was important. she walked around looking for somebody and came up behind this american contractor as he was
that was discouraged in going to a school when into a mall. this was the oregon case. he pointed his gun at the shooter as he paused to reload and that stopped him. the guy shot himself. he went to a mall. the would-be killer decides a school is a high-risk proposition and he might go someplace else or not doing at all. host: 1 last caller. caller: i have heard different numbers to put police officers in schools. there is a police officer where i live at all of the schools. i live here in georgia. it is not a metropolitan area by no means. it is a small town. we have police officers at the school. we have 30 schools. i do not think it is costing the federal government a thing. we have not had anything happen. i believe somebody who is armed at the school with the proper training -- host: ok. guest: suppose you had more parents around. we had a shooter here in d.c. they were going to cancel a football game. i said why don't we have the dads just ring the field? a show of solidarity. we're here and you cannot walk in here. you can have volunteers haven't a presence in the school and i might have some eff
: we can get into more about those deals down the road. let's go to our republican line from oregon. caller: thank you for taking my call. to me, the fiscal cliff is just a small smokescreen. the fiscal cliff that is coming is obamacare. nobody is addressing obamacare. i had to find out friday that we will be taxed 2.3% on any device used in any medical field we go to. my husband is a doctor. he wrote out a prescription for us for january, and he said, i do not know how much this will cost you a of pocket because of obamacare. he even said, my husband is over 70, he did not know how much water he would be able to help him because of obamacare. this is just a smokescreen. when people find out that not only will we be taxed on medical devices, but even our debt bills will be going up because of our animals -- this thing is a joke. you liberals out there, you'll be hit just as hard as the republicans. as the tea party warn you that this will happen. host: let's give the guys at the chance to comment on health care law and its place in this debate. guest: it is not part of the fiscal cl
crash in oregon. it skidded on ice, crashed through a rail and fell several hundred feet. one official says passengers apparently ejected from the bus as it fell. at least 26 people are injured, including the driver. the bus was returning to van cure from las vegas. >>> two boys are back home after being missing for ten days. the boys were found in austin, texas, when a man watching cnn's coverage of the story recognized their photos and called police. the boy's father faces felony charges of interstate interference with custody. wolf. >> mary, thank you. >>> a newly released senate report on the attack in benghazi reaches a damning conclusion. namely, that terrorists essentially walked into the compound, set it on fire. the u.s. ambassador and three other americans were killed. our pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is joining us now with the findings. >> this new report spreads the blame for that attack. blaming intel, state, even the pentagon to some degree, saying there was no plan in place to rescue americans there. a new senate report says the state department should have shut
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